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AMT/MPC 1971 GTO Judge

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AMT 1972 GTO with Reliable Resin 1971 GTO transkit and spoiler package. Corrected rear bumper and taillights mastered by myself and cast by Reliable Resin. Sport front seats from Reliable Resin. Wheels are Aoshima Victrix Pleasure wide rims. Paint is HOK Ultra Orange Pearl with Keith Marks Judge decals and cleared with Tamiya TS-13.

Won 3rd Place - Curbside at the MCMA Showdown on 3/17/2007. It's pretty tough to compete against Tamiya kits in the Curbside class.

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The verdic is in, great looking Judge.

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I'm not one to "Judge" but my verdict is: Guilty of being baaaaad 8) 8) 8)

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Very nice!!!! Great color! Love the headlights as well........

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Very, very nice! That's the AMT kit?! The headlights really do make a world of difference. Great job.

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Very, very nice! That's the AMT kit?! The headlights really do make a world of difference. Great job.

Yeppers, it's the AMT ex-MPC '72 GTO backdated to a 1971 with the Reliable Resin transkit. The headlights in the kit parts were drilled out and replaced with MV Lenses.

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That's one of the best looking Judge's I've seen in a long time. Fantastic!

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cool looking judge ;) seen the 71 gto transkit on ebay, may pick one up incredible paint job ,luv the stance.

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Absolutely love the work on the GTO.  I have forever hated the AMT 72 available.  The amount of money and effort is insane for this particular goat, but this is the best I've seen!  Kudos.

 

Kevin    https://modelcargarage.blogspot.com/

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Very sharp- would love to see more pics!!

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Wow - that looks great!

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Awesome build..  Too bad I can only see one image.

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Love it!! Got one of these to build. Hope it comes out half as nice.

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Great looking GTO....

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wow awesome GTO but need more pictures , only can see one

 

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You guys realise this thread is over 9 years old, that's probably why you can only see one pic.

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lol..  Never even noticed..  Newbie..  lol

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If you google images of 1972 GTO model car, there are a half dozen of this one on the web.

 

Kevin

https://modelcargarage.blogspot.com/

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Good job all round. Agreed, the Tamiya kits are shake 'n bake deals. 

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Wow, fantastic build.

 

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I do believe that might be the nicest build of that kit I've ever seen. Got any more pics?

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That is one bad ass Judge!!! One of my favorite all time cars.

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